|Directed by||Nitish Roy|
|Produced by||Surajit Das|
Ranjan Bhattacharjee (Executive Producer)
|Written by||Nitish Roy|
|Music by||Jeet Gannguli|
|Edited by||Rabiranjan Maitra|
Princes Art Production
The film stars Mithun Chakraborty as a 'mad' scientist who wants to bring back prehistoric creatures, perished millions of years ago from the earth as he is trying to expand the brain of crocodiles. Jackie Shroff stars as the antagonist who wants to take control of dangerous crocodiles for his own park.
A few scenes of the film were shot in Prayag Film City in West Midnapore, and shooting was completed by early 2012, but got stuck in development hell and was finally released on 6 January 2018.
The film is based on the experiment done by a mad scientist (Mithun) who comes up with a lovable crocodile. Like the dolphins, this crocodile was implanted with intelligence. At this point, an NRI (Jackie) eyes this project as he wants to build his own Jurassic Park and wants to get control on this crocodile.
|Soundtrack album by|
|Genre||Feature film soundtrack|
|Label||Princes Art Production|
|Jeet Gannguli chronology|
|Singles from Jole Jongole|
|1.||"Premer Infection (Dil ki Kite)"||Aditi Singh Sharma, Neeraj Shridhar||4:09|
|2.||"College Er Canteen E Party Jomabo"||Jeet Gannguli||3:16|
|3.||"Banzara Yeh Dil"||Sunidhi Chauhan, Rana Mazumdar||4:14|
|4.||"Ei Mon"||Monali Thakur, Shaan||3:53|
The film will be remade in Hindi as Gehra Paani with a higher budget than the Bengali version. For the Hindi version, the cast and location will remain same except Mithun Chakraborty, who will be replaced by Bollywood actor Sanjay Dutt. Both the versions are being made at a budget of ₹25 crore (US$3.5 million) and would be shot in the Sunderban.
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